why taylor swift is an awful person

“The most miraculous process is watching a song go from a tiny idea in the middle of the night to something that 55,000 people are singing back to you. I am getting to the point where the only love worth being in is the love worth singing about. Sitting on a bedroom floor crying is something that makes you feel really alone. If someone’s singing about that feeling, you feel bonded to that person. That’s the only way I can find an explanation for why 55,000 people would want to come see me sing.”

why do people act like taylor swift was this awful demonic person from like 2010-2013 like she has always been an angel yeah she had her problematic moments here and there but yall act like she wasn’t a good person until 2014


A small sample of why taylorswift is a wonderful person. So let’s not continue twisting the amazing things she does into something awful, especially when she goes out of her way to make people happier on a daily basis. And thank you Taylor for sticking by us and constantly giving us a reason to smile.

anonymous asked:

I'm a Larry shipper but I think Larries take it too far and I hate being grouped with them. I agree with most of what you(and other antis) say but I don't like when they(you) say Larry shippers ruined Haylor. Taylor was never good for Harry, we didn't ruin it. It was meant to happen.

Oh this message was starting off so well and I was so happy. Of course you had to ruin it, though. Directioners (mostly Larries, though) did ruin Haylor. Obviously, Larries are not the only ones to blame and both Harry and Taylor certainly certainly made mistakes as well, as no relationship ends solely because of outside forces, but Larries were the motivation for the media craze around Taylor’s love life, the slut-shaming & other sorts of shaming that resulted in her going 2 years without dating for fear of being made fun of award shows, of being called a ‘serial dater’ and ‘boy crazy’. Taylor had had other boyfriends in the past, and while they were also in the public eye and she also got some mean remarks here and there, the media was never as crazy as it was back in 2013. You know why? Because the media writes what sells, and with a huge fandom (mostly a sub-fandom, Larries) sending Taylor death threats, writing horrible things on her social media, scrutinizing their relationship to the last detail in such a loud & public way that the entire web soon became aware of the hatred Directioners had for Taylor, obviously the media picked up on that. That’s why it became trendy to hate Taylor in 2013 - Directioners (again, mostly Larries) were glowing with the prospect of the break up, and then the actual break up, and reading awful things about the woman whose relationship with Harry they didn’t agree with was somewhat of a satisfying thing for them.

And don’t even bother saying “it wasn’t Directioners! Directioners had nothing to do with it”, cut the crap. Taylor is now dating Calvin Harris, and a quick google search will show you that most headlines are reporting how happy they look, how cute of a couple they make, etc, not even mentioning that he’s her 7th boyfriend since she’s been in the public eye, or that she’ll break his heart soon or that she’s dependent on him or that she’s a slut, etc.. Because THAT’S what their inflammable audience from 2 years ago wanted to read, not what the audience of today wants to read - Today, most Larries couldn’t care less about Taylor because she’s no longer a threat to their fictional ship (Larry) or, to those who want to keep the boys for themselves, she’s no longer a threat for dating Harry either. 2 years ago, this huge fandom was actively searching for news about Taylor Swift, trying to find loopholes in her relationship with Harry Styles to say “see, she doesn’t love him!” or to find reasons to hate her so they could justifiably be like “She’s a horrible person, she doesn’t deserve Harry”. Some Directioners (and some Larries) WERE the reason why Haylor (and Taylor, in particular) got so awful media coverage. No wonder online magazines have been doing their “Mea Culpas” lately about it.

mortalacademy  asked:

Hii Sarah, I absolutely love and adore your Lynburn book series! I was just wondering; now that Unmade is done and dusted, will there be a fourth book or another series in the works similar too it? :)

I would love to write more books set in the Lynburn Legacy world—nine if I could!—but for now I think we consider it done and dusted and wait for more dust to gather and see if people wish me to wash it off and show a new tale sparkling clean. ;)

Right now I am working on two standalones (writing one, editing the other) but I do have a series in mind I reeeeeally want to write, and I super hope you will all like it.

I’m not sure about similar to the Lynburn Legacy—all my books are similar to each other in some ways, because I remain the same person interested in the same things. ;) There will be some stuff that’s similar, I promise! And yet different as well.

One thing I am fascinated by is women, and how we present ourselves to the world. Kami’s writing articles, and wondering how to do so and how much of herself to put in, was just the beginning of how I’d like to explore that. I write these long emails to my friends all about Taylor Swift and her evolving self-presentation. It’s awful. I don’t know why I have any friends left.

On the different-yet-the-same theme: I am always going to be interested in families (so I want to do stepsiblings because I haven’t yet), different forms of love (so I want to do arranged marriage!), terrible tragedies and making jokes.

Different tragedies, different loves, different jokes… but I hope they will have the same appeal to my same gorgeous readers. 

Thank you for asking and wanting more stories! I want to make you more stories, too.